Ziv Gillat of Eye-Fi showed me the new Eye-Fi Pro yesterday. As Warner mentioned in a blog post yesterday, the Eye-Fi Pro is an SD card that can send JPG and RAW images directly to your computer via your home network or an ad-hoc network.
In this InkShow, Ziv tells us about all of the Eye-Fi Pro’s features, how he uses Eye-Fi cards to share his vast library of images and how more camera manufacturers are designing cameras to work specifically with these cards.
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